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Shakespeare's Songs and Sonnets illustrated by Sir John Gilbert.
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Shakespeare's Songs and Sonnets illustrated by Sir John Gilbert.

By Gilbert, John, illustrator 1817-97.

London: Sampson, Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, n.d.. Illustrated by 10 full color and sepia reproductions. Stated Limited miniature of 1862 edition. c.1862. Original illustrated cloth backed paper boards rebound in Thai silk cloth exposing original top and bottom board illustrations, new Italian marbled endpapers, thick paper issue, a.e.g. Square 8vo. pp. [44]. Near Fine. Beautiful copy with sporadic page spots..

$125.00

Life and Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe of York, Mariner as related by himself. With a Biographical Memoir of the author and a Life of Alexander Selkirk, by whose residence on the island of Juan Fernandez the work was suggested.
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Life and Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe of York, Mariner as related by himself. With a Biographical Memoir of the author and a Life of Alexander Selkirk, by whose residence on the island of Juan Fernandez the work was suggested.

By Defoe, Daniel 1661-1731.

Philadelphia: Hubbard Bros, 1872. Illustrated by "Profusely illustrated" in black and white. First thus edition. c.1719. Original green blind-stamped cloth boards and gilt print spine restored with acid free cloth backing, new Dodin endpapers, new headbands, a.e.g. 8vo. pp. 528. Very Good. Toned pages. jpgWritten from 1704-13, it remains one of the favorite tales of fiction..

$150.00

PILGRIM'S PROGRESS  from this World from that Which is to Come with a memoir of Bunyan and Macaulay's Essay on The Pilgrims Progress. Freely illustrated, The.
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PILGRIM'S PROGRESS from this World from that Which is to Come with a memoir of Bunyan and Macaulay's Essay on The Pilgrims Progress. Freely illustrated, The.

By Bunyan, John (1628-1688).

New York: D. Lothrop Co, 1881. Illustrated by steel engravings. First thus edition. c.1678. Original decorated cloth, red ruled pages, new Mulberry Papers floral endpapers, a.e.g. 8vo. pp. 486. Index. Near Fine/No jacket, as issued. Light board wear. Nice copy. Bunyan wrote this epic Christian allegory from prison because he refused to stop preaching salvation through Jesus Christ. Ironically Bunyan died traveling on horseback in a blizzard to help the man who imprisoned him. Also the first novel written in English, it was later translated into over 200 languages and has never been out of print..

$125.00

PILGRIM'S PROGRESS, The.
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PILGRIM'S PROGRESS, The.

By Bunyan, John 1628-1688.

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, n.d. Illustrated by Color frontis and green illustrated end papers. First thus edition. c.1678 part I; c.1684 part II. Lime green cloth with navy print and decoration. 8vo. pp. 350, [4] Ads. Very Good/In like jacket/No price in mylar. The Children's Favorite Stories for Boys and Girls of Every Age Series. Color mottling to topboard: cleaned, colored and Japanese tissue paper backed jacket with no price..

$30.00

PILGRIM'S PROGRESS  from this World from that Which is to Come with a memoir of Bunyan and Macaulay's Essay on The Pilgrims Progress. Freely illustrated, The.
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PILGRIM'S PROGRESS from this World from that Which is to Come with a memoir of Bunyan and Macaulay's Essay on The Pilgrims Progress. Freely illustrated, The.

By Bunyan, John (1628-1688).

Boston: Lothrop Publishing Co, n.d. (ca.1890). Illustrated by Lithograph frontis and two additional, b&w text drawings throughout. First thus edition. c.1678. Original illustrated paper boards, Hewit red dyed goat quarter binding with gilt stamped title, black ruled pages, new Dodin endpapers and period headbands. 8vo. pp. 486. Index. Very Good/No jacket, as issued. Light board wear. Nice copy. Bunyan wrote this epic Christian allegory from prison because he refused to stop preaching salvation through Jesus Christ. Also the first novel written in English, it was later translated into over 200 languages and has never been out of print..

$100.00

PILGRIM'S PROGRESS with an Introduction by Hugh Ross Williamson, The.
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PILGRIM'S PROGRESS with an Introduction by Hugh Ross Williamson, The.

By Bunyan, John 1628-1688.

London: Collins, 1966. Illustrated by Port frontis. Reprinted edition. c.1678 part I; c.1684 part II. c.1953. Navy cloth, gilt pr. & dec. spine, top edge navy. 8vo. pp. 319, [1] bibliography. Fine/No jacket, as issued. Wonderful reading copy of the Classic English Allegory. Hugh Ross Williamson 1901-78 prolific historian, dramatist and amateur ghost hunter..

$15.00

Complete Works of John Bunyan with an introduction by Rev. John P. Gulliver, D.D, The.
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Complete Works of John Bunyan with an introduction by Rev. John P. Gulliver, D.D, The.

By Bunyan, John 1628-1688.

Philadelphia: Bradley, Garretson & Co, 1873. Illustrated by Facismile will and double frontis and 14 tissue guard steel engravings by A. B. Walter, stereotyped and engraved by Westcott & Thomson . Stated Illustrated edition. c.1871. Original recessed lacquered and gilt decorated leather, new marbled Dodin end papers replaced original brown eps, new brown grosgrain marking ribbon replaced green satin ribbon and new headbands, a.e.g. 8vo. pp. 1015. Very Good/No jacket, as issued. Foxed remains of one leaf and one bookmark. Contains Pilgrim's Progress and a beautiful gift copy. Oversize..

$175.00

Life of Our Lord written for his children during the years 1846 to 1849 and now first published, The.
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Life of Our Lord written for his children during the years 1846 to 1849 and now first published, The.

By Dickens, Charles 1812-1870.

New York: Simon & Schuster, 1934. Illustrated by Port frontis and facsimile first page. First edition. posthulmously published. Green linen with gilt facsimile signature on topboard, gilt on black spine lable, pattern eps, a.e.black. Inscribed by "Mother from Leonard, May 1934. Mary D. Ware" on ffep. 8vo. pp. 128. Very Good/No jacket, as issued. Overall toning..

$25.00

PILGRIM'S PROGRESS from this world to that which is to come, delivered under the simultude of a dream, The.
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PILGRIM'S PROGRESS from this world to that which is to come, delivered under the simultude of a dream, The.

By Bunyan, John 1628-1688.

New York: Heritage Press, 1942. Illustrated by Frontis and 11 watercolors by William Blake (1757-1827). First thus edition. c.1678. Faux leather backed tan linen with gilt spine title. Slipcase recovered in acid free Matsuku tissue with Blake spine illustration and decorative title with top edge swirled with "in a dream". 8vo. pp. 189. Fine/No jacket, as issued/Fine Slipcase. Includes fine copy of The Heritage Club Sandglass Number IV:15 (1942) which describes and compares the LEC edition with this. Listed in the 100 World's Greatest Books and a fitting gift copy of a must read for the Christian Pilgrim on this earth..

$50.00

PILGRIM'S PROGRESS  from this World from that Which is to Come, with an Introduction from the Rev. H. R. Haweis, Embellished with over one hundred and twenty Designs done by three (Rhead) Brothers, The.
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PILGRIM'S PROGRESS from this World from that Which is to Come, with an Introduction from the Rev. H. R. Haweis, Embellished with over one hundred and twenty Designs done by three (Rhead) Brothers, The.

By Bunyan, John (1628-1688).

New York: The Century Company, 1898. Illustrated by George Woolliscroft (1854-1920, Frederick (b.1855) and Louis Rhead (1857-1926) cover, borders and full page illustrations. First thus edition. c.1678. Rebound by KTB of Old Working Books & Bindery mustard cloth around restored topboard illustration, black stamped spine, new headbands and Mulberry Papers floral endpapers. 4to (36cm). pp. xix, 184. Near Fine/No jacket, as issued. Each text page has one of 7 repetitive border designs. Bunyan wrote this epic Christian allegory from prison because he refused to stop preaching salvation through Jesus Christ. Ironically Bunyan died traveling on horseback in a blizzard to help the man who imprisoned him. Also the first novel written in English, it was later translated into over 200 languages and has never been out of print..

$150.00

PRINCESS, The.
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PRINCESS, The.

By Tennyson, Alfred (Lord) 1809-92.

Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, (1911). Illustrated by Howard Christy Chandler page drawings and full pages color illustrations. First thus edition. c.1847 (UK Poet Laureate 1850-92). Bertha Stuart binding, gloss paper. 4to. pp. unpaginated. Near Fine/Lacks jacket. Ink inscription "for Margaret Denny Duncan from her mother, Xmas 1911" on ffep. Minor cover wear; removed price sticker rear pastedown; internally fine. Basis for Gilbert and Sullivan's "Princess Ida"..

$100.00

WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, The.

By Shakespeare, William 1564-1616.

Westminster and Philadelphia: Archibald Constable and J.B. Lippincott (Butler & Tanner The Selwood Printing, London), n.d. Illustrated by Color lithography tissue frontis and 1-2 addition plates per volume by various authors. c.1900 from one dated lithograph. 20 volumes. Original ribbed burgundy cloth, gilt pr & dec spines, uncut and unopened, t.e.g. navy marking ribbons, green border eps, thick paper issue. 12mo. Very Good. Light cap and corner wear, even page toning, many unopened sections and several opening mishaps with no text loss. Some have foxing starting and marking ribbons that are a bit short and frayed. Two plates had tissue mishaps sticking against plates (one was replaced and one plate has traces of tissue residue. To be read with sharp letter opener to prevent page chipping. Beautifully shelved at 7.75x27-inches (height, width)..

$350.00

Personal History of DAVID COPPERFIELD, The.

By Dickens, Charles 1812-1870.

Norwalk, CT: Heritage Press, (1965). Illustrated by John Austen. Second thus edition. c.1937. Blue cloth, gilt print spine, cream unprinted paper covered slipcase. 8vo (23,5cm). pp. xvi, 821. As New/No jacket, as issued/In like slipcase. Copy of Heritage Club Sandglass on featured title (4 pages, as new) laid in. How this book came to be by John T. Winterich..

$30.00

Compendious History of English Literature and of the English Language from the Norman Conquest, with numerous specimens. Vol. 1/2 only, A.

By Craik, George L., 1798-1866.

New York: Charles Scribner, 1864. [early American] edition. Quarter leather over marbled boards, eps and fore-edges, 4 raised bands. Medium 8vo. pp. xix, 620, [4] blank. Very Good. Caps, edges and corners worn and starting to chip, foxing starting. Solid copy seeking volume 2; 1861 author preface..

$20.00

D. H. LAWRENCE: Novelist, Poet, Prophet.

By Spender, Stephen, Editor.

New York: Harper & Row, 1973. Illustrated by B/W photographs. First US edition. Red cloth. 8vo. pp. 250. Very Good/In like jacket/Clipped price in mylar. Light soil back panel, edgewear, closed tear..

$15.00

TRAVELS AND ESSAYS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON, Volume XIII: Virginibus Puerisque and Memories and Portraits, The.

By Stevenson, Robert Louis.

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1896. Illustrated by Tissue port frontis and plates. Works edition. Red cloth, decorated spine, uncut, teg. 8vo. pp. 358. Near Fine/No jacket, as issued. Minor cover wear..

$30.00

DAY'S WORK, The.
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DAY'S WORK, The.

By Kipling, Rudyard 1865-1936.

New York: Doubleday, McClure , 1898. Illustrated by 8 b/w plates, line drawings. First American edition. Green embossed cloth decorated black, gilt print, t.e.g., uncut. 8vo. pp. [xii], 431. VG+/No jacket, as issued/In mylar protector. Cap and joint rubbing, hinges starting, pages and plates fine..

$35.00

TALES FROM SHAKSPEARE (sic).

By [Shakespeare] Lamb, Charles and Mary.

Boston: Joseph Knight, n.d. Illustrated by Tissue frontis and 9 plates, H. Pille etchings by L. Monzies with tissue guards. Reprint edition. (c.1807 London two volumes). Vellum backed silk covered boards, teg, uncut. 16mo (16cm). pp. [iv], 388. Good/No jacket, as issued. Edgeworn and soiled boards, owner bookplate, (ink gift inscription, 1892). Volume 2 of 2 only..

$20.00

WESTWARD HO! or the Voyages and Adventures of Sir Amyas Leigh, Knight, of Burrough, in the County of Devon In the reign of Her Most Glorious Majesty Queen Elizabeeth
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WESTWARD HO! or the Voyages and Adventures of Sir Amyas Leigh, Knight, of Burrough, in the County of Devon In the reign of Her Most Glorious Majesty Queen Elizabeeth

By Kingsley, Charles 1819-1875.

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons (Trow's), 1924. Illustrated by Color cover, title and 9 plates by N.C. Wyeth. Later edition. (c.1920). Black cloth, color paste-down topboard. Cr.4to. pp. [ii], 502, [2] Ads. Appendix, Index. VG-/No jacket. Dull and lightly mottled cover with VG paste-down, internally VG, foxing starting and separated publisher's misglue at rear ep and pastedown edge..

$30.00

Works, Illustrated Sterling Edition.
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Works, Illustrated Sterling Edition.

By Eliot, George [Mrs. George Henry Lewes] 1819-1880.

Boston: Dana Estes & Co, n.d. Illustrated by Frontis with captioned tissues and plates. ca. early 1900's. 8 volumes. Half brown morocco, marbled boards and end papers, gilt decorated and stamped spine, teg. Large Post 8vo. Very Good. Pencil gift inscription 1910 volume one. Head chipping to two volumes, spine chipping at titles to three volumes (one title not readable), most have worn corners, all internally near fine except last volume which has a faint line of old dampstain to top edge throughout. Chronology of volumes by spine stamps: Adam Bede; Romola bound with Silas Marner; Mill on the Floss; Daniel Deronda; Felix Holt; Middlemarch; Essays; Complete Poems bound with Scenes of Clerical Life. (Postage quoted for destination)..

$300.00

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